Engineers’ Day Luncheon 2021: Friday, November 12

The Department of Mechanical Engineering hosts an Engineers’ Day luncheon for alumni and faculty at Union South.

Visit with alumni of the department, current faculty and lecturers, and meet this year’s three alumni award recipients.

There is no cost to you, and you are welcome to bring a guest.

Program begins at 12:00 pm; lunch concludes at 2:00 pm.

Join us for lunch!

★ Please RSVP by Wednesday, November 3 through this simple Google form ★.

Parking is may be available under Union South (Lot 80), or in Lot 17 next to the Mechanical Engineering Building.
Check real-time parking spots here.


Learn about College-wide Engineers’ Day events here.

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